Evan Rehill is a writer, teacher, and curator of the arts. His books include The Garden or the Empire (Like Literally Press, 2022) and The Way We’re Used To (Push Press, 2008). His stories have been published in Open City, American Short Fiction, No Tokens, Little Star, Fourteen Hills, The Literary Review, Lumina, and elsewhere. He has taught writing workshops across artists’ studios, the business sector, and academia for the past 15 years. From 2009-2019 he curated the Picasso Machinery performance series out of a Brooklyn storefront. In 2020, he directed the audio version of Michael McCanne’s play Stalingrad, or Saturn’s Return (winner, New Jewish Culture Award). He currently teaches at Pratt Institute and Rutgers University. His new novel THE SEQUELS is forthcoming. Rehill lives with his family in New York City.
MFA, 2008, Fiction Writing, San Francisco State University